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Episode 211: Godzilla (1998)

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"On this episode we discuss the film Movie Title."

Official Show NotesEdit

"At the request of charity contest winner Erik North, we discuss the classic (?) 1998 version of Godzilla. Meanwhile Dan tries to explain Dangerous Liaisons, Elliott surprises no one by reading a Godzilla-centered magazine, and Stuart gives you some advice about how to get milk."

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Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Bad-Bad (Dan) @1:00:00
  • Bad-Bad (Stuart) @1:01:35
  • Bad-Bad (Elliott) @1:03:05

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QuotesEdit

  • ­I don't know about you dudes, but I love a big-ass, fat Godzilla. Like, I want one that looks like he just pounds the food all the time.
         —Stuart @35:20
  • ­You know what they say — the bigger the cushion, the sweeter the pushin' over buildings.
         —Elliott @35:35
  • ­Sometimes humans are the worst monsters, Dan.
         —Stuart @50:55
Elliott: Whereas most reptiles do not have a family connection with their offspring, just leave them to get eaten.
Stuart: Pops out your cloaca, hatches, who cares? Maybe I'll eat it myself.
Dan: Hey, look: a snack!
Elliott: It's mine now! I made it, I get to eat it. Back in my belly, where you came from!
Dan: I'm a professional eatin' machine!
— @57:25

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